Aztec Calendar Borbonicus Hoodie – Page 28


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This exclusive MOtM hoodie features page twenty-eight (28) of the Aztec codex Borbonicus, a five-hundred-year-old calendrical manuscript, painted by priests shortly before the Spanish conquest (1521). The Borbonicus is perhaps the most vivid and spectacular of all the Aztec manuscripts. The codex depicts calendrical divinations, deities, and the ritual ceremonies prescribed for their invocation. It also shows that the Aztecs used the same 260-day, 360-day, and 365-day calendars as the Maya (Tzolkin, Haab Wayeb). The Borbonicus is also purported to have been used in the New Fire ceremony of 1507 A.D and there prognosticated the decimation of the Aztecs.

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This comfortable and truly unique hoodie has a soft exterior with a vibrant print and an even softer brushed fleece interior for staying warm and comfortable. No doubt you will make a strong fashion statement while learning and educating friends and family about Indigenous Mesoamerican culture.

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• 70% polyester, 27% cotton, 3% elastane
• Fabric weight: 8.85 oz/yd² (300 g/m²)
• Soft cotton-feel fabric face
• Brushed fleece fabric inside
• Double-lined hood with design on both sides
• Unisex style
• Comes with drawstrings
• Overlock seams

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